The Annual Charles Simonyi Lecture

The Annual Charles Simonyi Lecture

July 2018
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Join Marcus du Sautoy and a specially invited guest lecturer for this year’s annual Simonyi Lecture.

Each year the Simonyi lecture presents a story of cutting-edge science and how it impacts on modern society. From consciousness to quarks, from autism to the future of the planet, the Simonyi lecture tackles some of the most exciting ideas of science.

Aimed at the general public, thelecture is the highlight of the University’s programme to engage the public in the excitement and wonder of science.

Age guideline 12+

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Fri 26 Oct 5:00 PM £7.00

Book Tickets

  • Fri 26 October 5:00 PM

Tickets: £7

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